HOT. CHILLED. STRAIGHT. MIXED. 88 WAYS TO BRING THE JING.  

In Chinese, the word “bao” has many meanings, including “broth,” “precious,” and “gold.” Our ginger and ginseng baos have a refreshing, spicy ginger flavor that makes it an easy mixer with anything from seltzer to the hard stuff. Its clean ingredient list means it has health benefits beyond just helping you beat the 2pm slump. 

Mr. Mak prefers to drink his Ginbao warm for maximum potency. But we say drink it any way you like, and tell us how you #freethechi.


MR. MAK’S GINBAO TODDY

Ingredients
2 oz whiskey or rum
4 oz Mr. Mak's Dynasty Ginbao
1 Tbsp honey
1 tsp lemon juice
1 lemon slice (optional)

Directions
Warm Ginbao on the stovetop or in the microwave. Add remaining ingredients and stir. Garnish with a slice of fresh lemon. Good alone, better with friends. 

Mr. Mak says More social, less media.

 

Mr. Mak’s Ginbao Julep

Ingredients
8 mint leaves
1 tsp sugar (optional)
2 oz bourbon whiskey
2 oz Mr. Mak's Queen Bee Ginbao
Crushed ice

Directions
Muddle mint leaves and sugar in the bottom of a highball glass. Add Ginbao and bourbon and fill with crushed ice. Garnish with mint and drink to your health. 

Mr. Mak says Play hard to sleep harder.


MR. MAK’S GINBAO GREEN SMOOTHIE

Ingredients
10 oz Mr. Mak's Dragonwell Ginbao
2 handfuls roughly chopped kale
1 small ripe mango, peeled
1 cup ice

Directions
Place all ingredients in a blender. Puree on high until smooth. Drink for breakfast, post-workout, or anytime you need to revitalize and refresh.

Mr. Mak says Stress is not a food group.

 

MR. MAK’S GINBAO COLD & FLU SMAK

Ingredients
10 oz Mr. Mak's Dynasty Ginbao
Rind of 1 orange
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
Honey (optional)

Directions
Over low flame, simmer Ginbao with orange rind for 10 minutes. Strain. Add cayenne pepper to mug and pour strained liquid over it. Stir well. Feel better soon. 

Mr. Mak says Feed a fever, Ginbao a cold.

 

Free the chi. bring the jing. Tend the Shen.